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Scout the NASL: Oct. 30 - Nov. 5

Your weekly analysis of the NASL

Another final upcoming
@NYCosmos

The Cosmos are in another Soccer Bowl Final! New York continues face adversity head-on, and it shows on the pitch. We can hope that the Cosmos lift another title, but let’s not celebrate too much. Instead, let’s focus with a new edition of Scout the NASL.

FC Edmonton

The Eddies rounded up their Top 10 Best Goals and Saves from this past season. Both Tyson Farago and Tomi Ameobi made their respective lists quite frequently.

Indy Eleven

Fans are starting to worry about the future of the Indy Eleven. The Indianapolis Business Journal notes that there’s still some concern, despite Indy’s steady attendance numbers.

Jacksonville Armada FC

Armada midfielder Mechack Jerome got called up to the Haitian National Team for two friendly matches. The 27-year-old registered 40 tackles and 52 interceptions this season.

Jerome, Jack Blake, Kalen Ryden and J.C. Banks are all up for the Armada Player of the Year award.

Miami FC

The Cosmos defeated Miami FC in a 6-5 shootout by the feet of Eugene Starikov. Fans voted even when deciding who’d win between the two in the preview article.

North Carolina FC

North Carolina will play the San Francisco Deltas to determine who will play the Cosmos in the Championship. The players held a big part in NCFC’s success, which is why the club is recognizing the 2017 Team Awards.

North Carolina also continued their college round-up and noted the impacts some of their youth players made.

Puerto Rico FC

Orlando City feel grateful after aiding Puerto Rico in their Hurricane Maria efforts. The Lions will host the Puerto Rican National Team in a friendly.

San Francisco Deltas

The SFGate put out an interesting piece on how the Deltas could win the Soccer Bowl, but then fold immediately after.

Interesting Read

The jury is out and the decision was to deny the NASL of Division II status.

The Midfield Press noted how the NASL needs to change drastically if the league is going to survive. They also issued a plan on how to get promotion and relegation in North America going.


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